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University of Cumbria

Case studies

Cathedrals Mission Group - Peer Learning Project 2017: Peer-assisted study sessions (PASS) University of Cumbria

07 Dec, 2017
University of Bradford - The Pharmacy Curriculum Team
The Major Incident (MI) is an inter-professional, problem-based learning scenario focusing on an unfolding crime investigation, currently involving three professions. The collaboration facilitates the 'hi-fidelity authenticity' which cannot be created individually. This enables enhanced opportunities for students to develop employability skills realistic to their professional vocation, working within their respective regulatory and professional guidelines.
Year
2017
Institution
University of Cumbria
Conference materials

How to eat an elephant: University Psychology students perceptions of critical thinking - HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight

08 Aug, 2017
Conference materials

An exploration of student satisfaction using photographic elicitation: Differences between undergraduate and postgraduate students - HEA Annual Conference 2017 - Generation TEF: Teaching in the spotlight

08 Aug, 2017
National Teaching Fellow 2009
Cheri Logan was born in Cumbria, went to school in Carlisle and then studied at the Universities of Lancaster and Manchester. She began her teaching career in higher and further education in Carlisle, subsequently working long-term for Cumbria Institute of the Arts and the Open University.
University of Cumbria
Director of Evolve Centre for E-Learning Research and Development & Centre for the Development of Learning and Teaching
2009
National Teaching Fellow 2007
Sue Bloxham is Professor of Academic Practice and Head of the Centre for Development of Learning and Teaching at the University of Cumbria. Sue commenced her academic career teaching youth social policy on courses for youth and community workers where she was responsible for teaching innovations based on active learning and opening up educational opportunities to under-represented groups.
University of Cumbria
Directorof Educational Research
2007
National Teaching Fellow 2004
Institution at the time of award: Northumbria University. Liz McDowell was Director of the CETL in Assessment for Learning (AfL) at Northumbria University. The award of CETL status was the culmination of around 10 years of active research and development in assessment with a special focus on the student experience. Liz has worked in academic development roles for many years and still teaches on programmes for new lecturers and in CPD (continuing professional development) and supervises a number of PhD students. Alongside NTFS, Liz holds a personal chair in teaching and learning at her university. Liz is committed to assessment that enables and promotes student success and is working towards this vision at Northumbria and beyond through the CETL AfL.
University of Cumbria
Honorary Professor in Education; Independant Higher Education Consultant
2004
National Teaching Fellow 2004
Institution at the time of award: Lancaster University. Moira is an Honorary Research Fellow in the Faculty of Education at the University of Cumbria, an Honorary Research Fellow at Lancaster University and an independent consultant (www.universitymaze.com). Her NTFS award resulted in the book Understanding Supervision and the PhD (2011, Continuum Press/Bloomsbury).
University of Cumbria
Honorary Research Fellow in Education
2004